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911 board tells Burns to pay up or answer calls itself

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The Dickson County 911 Board told Mayor Landon Mathis that the town of Burns must pay its first-quarter bill for dispatching services by the end of the month or present a plan for how it will answer emergency calls. The Burns Board of Commissioners voted earlier this month to opt out of its interlocal agreement
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TDOT agrees to designate truck route around downtown

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The Tennessee Department of Transportation has agreed to designate a truck route around downtown Dickson by using Henslee Drive, Highway 46 and Beasley Drive. City Engineer Bret Stock told the city council last week that TDOT has agreed to relinquish control of the portions of College Street, Main Street and Center Avenue that had previously
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Over 300 cast ballots in first 4 days of early voting

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There have been over 300 Dickson County residents to cast ballots in the first four days of early voting for the Aug. 4 election. Dickson County Administrator of Elections Roxanna Hagewood reported that 306 ballots were cast through Tuesday after early voting began Friday. Early voting continues through July 30 at the election office in
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Budgets headed to vote after nobody speaks at hearing

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All that remains before passage of the county budgets for 2016-17 is for the Dickson County School Board to find $500,000 in cuts to its proposal. The Dickson County Commission held a public hearing on the budgets Monday night at which nobody spoke. During a four-minute Budget and Budget Advisory committees meeting, Mayor Bob Rial
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DFD, DPD to distribute markers in ‘Seconds Matter’ project

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The city of Dickson will be funding a program that will make address markers available free of charge to all residents in order to improve emergency response times. Called “Seconds Matter,” the project will involve Dickson Police and Fire department personnel going door to door across the city to offer to install markers with reflective
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County holds public hearing on 2016-17 budget tonight

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Even though the school budget has not been finalized, the Dickson County Commission will hold a public hearing on the 2016-17 proposal tonight. The Budget and Budget Advisory committees will meet at 6:30 pm in the Courthouse Annex in Charlotte to hold the public hearing prior to the commission's regular session. Anyone is welcome to
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